Mood Tracker by Tyneside is another simple tracking app, but it focuses solely on your mood. It has you rate your current mood on a simple 1 to 10 scale as many times a day as you feel like it. You can then add notes about that particular rating in a simple journal entry. The tracking will show your high and low for each day, and you can view a week at a time.
It feels like a never-ending cycle. When you hit a roadblock in your health, your social life is usually first to go out the window. Then you have to rebuild it again, which can be stressful at times.
With an understanding of the need for social connection and how you can approach social interaction reasonably, you can reduce feelings of isolation and forge new connections that make you happy.
Pets give us love, comfort and companionship, but some animals are so much more than pets. Many work as service animals, helping those suffering from a variety of physical, emotional or mental challenges in ways that medications can’t. Emotional support animals, in particular, bring therapeutic benefits that are immeasurable to those who utilize their services.
Emotional service animals, or ESAs, help those with disabilities that may not be obvious to the naked eye, such as
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